Dey De Pryck, Jennie
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The Gender Strategy of the CGIAR Research Program on Dryland Systems sets out the challenges and targets for including gender aspects and addressing gender issues as a core activity and outcome of the Program. The Strategy's overall goal is to promote gender-equity in access to and control of agricultural assets, technologies, services, products and income in dryland systems in order to enhance the food security, wellbeing and resilience of poor vulnerable households, especially women and children.
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